Inauguration-goers find tight DC security, delays

By ERIC TUCKER Published: January 22, 2013
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— The hundreds of thousands of spectators at President Barack Obama's second inauguration encountered strict security screening Monday, slow-moving lines at checkpoints and a packed National Mall. But while some inauguration-goers complained of being stalled in getting into the swearing-in ceremony, or in accessing public transit, law enforcement authorities reported no major security problems from a crowd that appeared smaller than the record-breaking turnout of 2009.

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